Bioretention/Bioinfiltration 'Ask the Researcher' Summit (Villanova, PA, USA)

Jun 20, 2011 - Jun 21, 2011
Target groups: engineers, decision makers, professionals
Category: Conference
Course Objectives - Bioretention design, construction, and maintenance continue to evolve as the practice has become the most popular small-site stormwater control measure in the Mid-Atlantic states. However, design standards, construction specifications, and maintenance plans for bioretention often lag behind what recent applied and lab research has discovered.
The purpose of this training is to deliver the most up-to-date research-based information that will lead to perhaps dramatic improvements in how bioretention cells are credited by regulators, designed by engineers and landscape architects, and built and maintained by contractors and maintenance personnel. The course will focus on volume reduction, modeling, and the reduction of nutrients that are required to be part of the future Chesapeake TMDL. This course was previously delivered in 2010 in North Carolina and Maryland, but has been revised for Pennsylvania requirements.
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Sewage treatment
Villanova Univ.
800 E. Lancaster Avenue
PA 19085 Villanova (USA)
United States
Target language English


Villanova University Dr. Robert Traver

Ms. Linda DeAngelis


(610) 519-4960



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